Aug. 29, 1996
In a Convention week, the city of Chicago seems all baloons and goofy hats. But there is a real, and in some ways deeply troubled, city surrounding the United Center. David Gergen talks to author Alex Kotlowitz, of "There Are No Children Here."
Aug. 15, 1996
Aug. 14, 1996
Probably the most important defining moment in Bob Dole's life happened over fifty years ago on a battlefield in Italy. Dole biographer, Richard Ben Cramer, paints an emotional picture of the courageous actions that reveal much about the character of the GOP presidential hopeful.
Aug. 8, 1996
Known for his deficit-hawking and respected for his pricipled, sometimes solitary stands, Warren Rudman is retiring after 12 years in the Senate. David Gergen talks with him about his recently published memoir.
July 18, 1996
Olympic historian Mark McDonald says today's women swimmers could easily break John Weissmuller's 1924 or 1928 records. Why? Better nutrition, equipment, coaching, and the luxury of working at it full time. He speaks with David Gergen.